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5 Must Have Herbal Syrups

If you, like me, want to practice seasonal herbalism, chances are you are currently in the process of stocking your apothecary. Today, I want to share 5 herbal syrups that make a great addition to your apothecary.


1.The first herbal syrup I want to share with you is one of my favorites. It’s an herbal syrup I’ve been making for years, and it’s one the whole family uses. Any guesses?


If you guessed garlic syrup, then you are right. And yes, even my kids take this one!! You can learn more about why this herbal syrup is beneficial as well as how to make and use it in our Receipes.


2. The next syrup is a fall apothecary staple. Elderberry syrup! But not just any elderberry syrup. Oh, no. This one packs a powerful punch which is why I call it the “ultimate” elderberry syrup.


Now, the next three herbal syrups center on coughs. Since coughing is a common symptom one may experience during the cooler months of the year, these herbal syrups may be a perfect preparation to keep in your fall apothecary. The thing about the next three recipes is that they’re all quite different. Let’s take a look at them.


3.The first syrup for coughs is for a wild cherry cough syrup for those pesky non-stop spastic coughs that are dry and sometimes itchy. You know, the kind that leaves your throat and neck muscles all sore from coughing so much. Yep… that one. learn to make it in our Recepies section.


4.The next herbal syrup for coughs is a honey onion cough syrup. It may sound weird but it’s super easy to make using ingredients you likely have on hand in your pantry. This syrup is for those dry, non-productive coughs that leave your chest feeling heavy and congestion but the mucous won’t seem to move.


5.The last syrup for your apothecary is one your kids will love, especially if they aren’t big fans of herbal syrups. This one is for a chocolate herbal cough syrup, and it tastes great. Get the recipe today.




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